Anchor Boston

Worship Gatherings | Sundays 5:00pm

41 Berkeley St., Boston


A Community to Call Home



Core Values

Accepting - A Home For All

Reaching - A Hope For All

Growing - A Path For All

Excelling - A Quest For All

Giving - A Spirit For All

We’re Moving!


On September 22, Pastor Randal announced that Anchor Boston is moving its Worship Gatherings to the Arlington Street Church (ASC), 351 Boylston St., effective Thursday, November 14. We are excited about both the location and the new day for us to come together.  ASC is at Arlington Station (MBTA Green Line), which is centrally located in Boston and easier access for many in our city. Thursday nights create an “early weekend” worship service that will free up the weekend for everything you enjoy doing at your leisure. In addition, we encourage consideration of adding the rhythm of a true Sabbath to your weekly rhythm. The key dates in our transition are:

November 3 Last gathering at 41 Berkeley St.

Move Out of BFIT/Move in to ASC

November 6 Prayer Gathering at ASC, 7pm

November 9 Music Rehearsal, 1-4pm (all musicians)

November 14 Begin weekly worship gatherings at ASC, 7pm

(pre-gathering meal will be available for $10 per)

November 26 Special Tuesday gathering (Thanksgiving week)


Annual Global Impact Focus


Missions is in Anchor’s DNA. This year’s Global Impact Focus is November 3 - 14. We hope you will join us as we explore what God can do through us in 2020 with just a little faith!

November 3 - International Dinner, 5pm, 41 Berkeley St. (BFIT) - bring some food from your native country!

November 6 - Prayer Gathering, 7pm, 351 Boylston St. (Arlington Street Church)

November 11-12 - Global Impact Partners in Crew gatherings

November 14 - Faith Promise Night, 7pm, 351 Boylston St. (Arlington Street Church), Guest: Caleb Cole


Current Series


The first book in the Bible is a book of stories. From creation, the great flood, the beginnings of Israel, to the journey of Joseph, these stories have been told for centuries. But how can ancient stories be understood in the twenty-first century? Can these stories still speak to us so many years later? In Genesis: Ancient Stories Today, our teaching team will be asking these questions while looking at the great stories found in the beginning of the Bible beginning August 29 into November. If you must miss a Sunday, or simply want to revisit the message, you can always listen to our podcast by clicking the button below or on Apple podcasts.


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We are SO excited about our first ever Young Adults Retreat in beautiful Singing Hills Conference Center in Plainfield, NH on November 15-17. Our guest speaker is Caleb Cole, pastor of Project Church in Sacramento. To register, email Regan at to be added to the list. The cost is $135 per person. To pay, simply use any of our giving options found under the Give tab above and designate it “Retreat.” The registration deadline is October 20!


Video Announcements

Check out what's going on at Anchor Boston in the coming weeks!


An exciting part of our community at Anchor Church is our Crew community groups! Our crews provide a safe place explore life and faith, regardless of one’s knowledge of classic Christianity. While attending, members of a crew can expect to build strong relationships, have life-giving spiritual discussion, and experience encouragement through fellowship (always with food!) and prayer. Crews meet all over the city!

We are very excited to introduce our Fall crew lineup that begins the week of September 16. Crew offerings for this season are as follows:

South Boston Couples - Jeff Palmer & Lauren Seler, Thursdays @ 7:30, Study of the Psalms

Downtown Crossing - Yannick Schenk & Jillian Kando, Mondays @ 7, Study of Jude

South End - Rob Barrett, Wednesdays @ 7, Study of 1 Peter

Register here!



Our next First Wednesday prayer gathering is November 6 at 7pm at 351 Boylston Street. Jesus said “My house will be called a house of prayer for all nations.” Join us as for this monthly hour of community prayer for individual, city, national, and global needs.



The Roundtable is an occasional men’s gathering on Saturdays that features robust conversation on interesting topics. This is a safe place for friends to learn and discover elements of faith. Typical meetings are from 10am-noon and a light complimentary breakfast is included. Stay tuned for more Roundtables in 2020!


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Thank you to all the women who planned and attended the first REAL TALK event! Check back soon for the date and location of our next discussion together.




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 41 Berkeley St, Boston

Sundays 5:00pm


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